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President Draupadi Murmu is visiting Himachal Pradesh for the first time. She will be in Shimla from April 18 to 20. This is her first visit to Himachal Pradesh after becoming the President. Along with her family, she will stay at the 173-year-old Rashtrapati Niwas in Mashobra, Shimla, and take in the stunning natural beauty of the place. She will also announce the opening of this historic building for the public and tourists for the first time.
Historical building will open for public from 23rd April
After the announcement of President Draupadi Murmu, the people of the country and the world will be able to see this very beautiful building of Shimla closely from 23rd April. The President will officially announce the opening of this historical heritage to the general public. Additional Secretary to the President Dr. Rakesh Gupta said that tourists coming from India and abroad will be able to see this building with the prescribed entry fee. You can enjoy its facilities.
Fees will be different for Indians and foreigners
The fee for viewing the building has also been fixed. The entry fee has been fixed at Rs 50 per person for Indian citizens and Rs 250 per person for foreign nationals. Rashtrapati Niwas will remain closed for general public on Mondays, gazetted holidays and during the President’s visit to Himachal Pradesh. It will be open to the public throughout the rest of the year.
Online registration starts from 15th April
At the same time, the online registration process to see this building is starting from 15th April. Interested persons can book online at President’s House website https://visit.rashtrapatibhavan.gov.in. Entry has been kept free till 30 June 2023 for the students of all government schools.
Many things are the center of attraction in the Rashtrapati Niwasi located amidst beautiful plains.
main attraction in the building
For tourists, this historical building, various mementos related to the life of the President, dining hall and artifacts will be the center of main attraction. Apart from this, the gardens here full of greenery, tulips and other ornamental flowers and its beauty will attract more people.
The nature trail and gardens at the President’s residence will also be kept open for tourists. Earlier, the Rashtrapati Niwas in New Delhi and Hyderabad has also been opened for the common people. A large number of people are reaching there to visit the campus. Now the Rashtrapati Niwas at Mashobra will also be kept open for the common people.
Tourists will get this facility
First aid facility including clock room, ramp, cafe, souvenir room, resting place, guide will also be available for the convenience of tourists in the President’s residence.